A local chiropractor says he can help children with learning disabilities. But some say all the benefits might be in his patients’ heads. Creative Loafing Interview ~ January 23, 1988 By Steven Beeber
Archive for June, 2010
Looking for a resources to help you eat better and live a healthy and vibrant lifestyle?
Here are some great resources for Cancer Patients: Dr. Gonzales – Dr. Gonzales Treating Pancreatic cancer patients with great results Important Information when the Diagnosis is Cancer from a Naturopath and Clinical Nutritionist Hope Kits $29 for $250 worth of books and recordings from the Herring Hope Foundation The Moss Reports Dr Ralph Moss a cancer […]
We are what we eat! Dietary fats are used to construct every cell in the body. Cell membranes are made from fatty acids and serve as a protective barrier for eachand every cell. They protect the cell from its surroundings while facilitating cell-to-cell communication. Cell membranes also serve as a reservoir for fatty acids. This reservoir of fatty acids provides precursors to powerful hormone-like moleculesthat drive the body’s immune response and can promote anti-inflammatory activity.
Dr. Tim Kelly teaches all his patients the need to properly digest our food ~ and it all begins in your mouth.
GEORGIA: Buckhead Wellness Center chiropractor, Timothy P. Kelly, DC, joined former Surgeon General, David Satcher, MD, PhD, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Casey Chosewood, MD, to discuss ways to improve America’s health. Recommendations included educating consumers on the importance of including foods high in Omega 3 fatty acids to their diets, foods […]
Dr. Kelly talks about what to expect when you come for an appointment.
Dr. Kelly discusses the importance of enzymes
The method Dr. Kelly uses is something he calls Neural Organization Technique (NOT). An outgrowth of applied kinesiology-the study of body motion, position, and function.-NOT is unique from most chiropractic techniques in that it emphasizes realigning bones in the skull as well as bones in the spine.